Education Development

About Me
Lifelong Learning: The Key to a Successful Life

Hi, there! My name is Paulie and today I would like to use the blog to share some ideas with you. During my time in high school, I learnt a very important lesson. I wasn't very a good student and one day this teacher took me to one side and explained that if I didn't make some changes to the way I viewed the world, I would face some problems. He encouraged me to continue to follow my passions and to never stop learning. I took his advice and since leaving school, I have had a very successful life. I decided to give something back to the universe by starting this blog.


Transport of Dangerous Goods – What Is Considered Hazardous?

26 September 2018
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you want to open a transportation and handling business, you need to know what it qualified as dangerous goods. Dangerous goods comprise substances that have been deemed hazardous to both people as well as property. The hazards that they may pose could range from corrosiveness, flammability, their potential to explode and so on. Thus, it is imperative to identify what these items are because chances are you may have to engage in the transport of dangerous goods too. Read More …

Helping Your Homestay Student Adjust to Their New Home

14 August 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Being a homestay host can be a great way to learn about other cultures and to introduce a young person to everything you love about your city and living in Australia. Here are some tips to help them fit in when they arrive.  Write out a schedule of your household If you eat meals at certain times or have busy times where everyone is trying to use the bathroom and leave the house for work, it´s a good idea to let your homestay guest know ahead of time. Read More …

Go Small Or Go Home: Should You Choose Basic Or Advanced Confined Space Training?

14 June 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Whether your work takes you inside sewers, gas pipelines, deactivated boilers or other decidedly compact areas, working in confined spaces can be an arduous and dangerous task, and anyone seeking to work in these unique environments must receive legally recognised training on how to safely work inside them. However, training course providers operate both basic and advanced confined space training courses, and deciding which type of course is right for your needs can be difficult. Read More …

Choosing the Right Child Care Centre

22 May 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Choosing the right childcare centre can be a stressful time for any parent because there are so many factors to consider. Here are some important things to think about when selecting the perfect home-away-from-home for your little one. Visit prospective centres without making an appointment. When you arrive, take note of the children's demeanour. Do they look happy and relaxed? Are there many runny noses and full nappies? Take note, too, of the carers. Read More …

5 Tips for Making More Money as a Teacher

2 May 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you're a teacher and you're looking for ways to increase your income, there are multiple avenues you may want to explore. Take a look at these ideas. 1. Supplement Income With Tutoring One way to earn more money is to simply work more. As a teacher, you may want to look into private tutoring. Many parents and even college students will pay a private tutor handsome wages to teach their kids about various disciplines, and there are also jobs preparing students for tests. Read More …